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200 million people from Chicago to Florida will feel the Arctic blast's historic temperatures

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 12 November 2019
The Arctic blast is bringing record-breaking cold and snow across the US. Schools are delayed, flights canceled and 200 million will feel the freeze.
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News video: Arctic Blast Continues To Hold 75% Of The US In Its Icy Grip

Arctic Blast Continues To Hold 75% Of The US In Its Icy Grip 00:34

Arctic conditions are to blame for at least four deaths, and the weather is only expected to get worse. Arctic air has been moving across the eastern two-thirds of the United States, bringing frigid temps and snow. About 70% of the US population is expected to see temperatures at or below freezing....

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